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Mise-en-Femme Productions An organization to encourage female filmmakers to work with one another, gaining knowledge and hands

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Come meet us today at the TFMA Welcome Back Event!! We’re located on the lawn to the west of the Tomlinson building!! Fo...
08/25/2022

Come meet us today at the TFMA Welcome Back Event!! We’re located on the lawn to the west of the Tomlinson building!!
Food will be provided!!
Excited to see you all there 💞

Interested in joining our E-Board for the 2022-2023 school year? Mise en Femme is currently looking for a secretary and ...
07/26/2022

Interested in joining our E-Board for the 2022-2023 school year? Mise en Femme is currently looking for a secretary and treasurer! Link in bio to apply to join our team!! Applications are due August 14th. ✨

Join us tomorrow with  for Chalk and Talk!!! Chalk and snacks provided :) see you at 2 at Beury Beach!!
04/22/2022

Join us tomorrow with for Chalk and Talk!!! Chalk and snacks provided :) see you at 2 at Beury Beach!!

Hi everyone! Our Filmmaker Bingo event is rescheduled from tomorrow to two weeks from now April the 8th!! Please rsvp in...
03/24/2022

Hi everyone! Our Filmmaker Bingo event is rescheduled from tomorrow to two weeks from now April the 8th!! Please rsvp in our bio for our meeting so we have an idea of the turnout :)

03/11/2022

One more week until The Woman’s Film Festival!! Presented by us and !! Here is the trailers featuring this years nominations. Come see them all next Friday March 18th at the Reel in the Student Center at 5pm.

Nominees Include:
A Paid Connection- Lauren Schwartzbard
What I didn’t Bring to College- Gabirella Hsu
The Unstoppable 5: 2 Fast 2 Unstoppable- Sophie Aguila
Dude, Where’s My Ice Cream?- Gianella Chipollini
Good Time- Mya Corwin
Adolescence- Mahasin Bintuabdulkareemdris
Eyes Unspoken- Jelly Galapo
Downpour- Alejandra Manzo
dead end- Madalyn Dingman
Where the Shadows Go- Lola Ackerman

Congratulations to everyone selected! See you next Friday to watch some great films!
(Trailer Edited by Nickie Murray)

Come celebrate Women’s History Month with Mise En Femme for bingo on Friday, March 25th at 4pm in Annenberg Rm 04. See y...
03/09/2022

Come celebrate Women’s History Month with Mise En Femme for bingo on Friday, March 25th at 4pm in Annenberg Rm 04. See you there! 🎉

Submissions for the Women’s Film Festival are now open! Head over to the pink in ’s bio to learn more about submitting b...
02/17/2022

Submissions for the Women’s Film Festival are now open! Head over to the pink in ’s bio to learn more about submitting by the February 21st deadline!!

Join us February 18th at 3pm for our first GBM as well as some trivia on Zoom. We can’t wait to see you there!! :) Meeti...
02/04/2022

Join us February 18th at 3pm for our first GBM as well as some trivia on Zoom. We can’t wait to see you there!! :)

Meeting ID: 8265665266

Come hang with us outside Annenberg anytime between 1pm-3pm and learn more about these amazing clubs!
04/30/2021

Come hang with us outside Annenberg anytime between 1pm-3pm and learn more about these amazing clubs!

SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL until March 5 @ 5:00PM EST: https://forms.gle/nTSU6wdR2oH4gFzV9Now in its fif...
03/02/2021

SUBMISSIONS OPEN FOR WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL until March 5 @ 5:00PM EST:
https://forms.gle/nTSU6wdR2oH4gFzV9

Now in its fifth year, the Women’s Fest, collectively organized by Diamond Screen and the Mise en Femme student group, will be held online, screening from March 17-23. The online event features a juried selection of a few of the many fantastic films created by women writers, directors and cinematography students in the Film and Media Arts department and will include audience voting and award announcements.

The films will be showcased via Vimeo link (to come). It is an all-inclusive FREE virtual event, open to the public!

Everyone is encouraged to follow the link to vote on fest favorite and watch for video award updates.

The online festival will take the place of our physical event while retaining the spirit of our 5 years celebrating the talents of Temple's women filmmakers.

Interested in Temple’s Q***r Film Collective and/or Women’s Film Group: Mise-En-Femme? Don’t miss a general interest mee...
09/02/2020

Interested in Temple’s Q***r Film Collective and/or Women’s Film Group: Mise-En-Femme? Don’t miss a general interest meeting on the 3rd @ 7 pm!
Keep an eye out for registration details!

Interested in Temple’s Q***r Film Collective and/or Women’s Film Group: Mise-En-Femme? Don’t miss a general interest mee...
09/02/2020

Interested in Temple’s Q***r Film Collective and/or Women’s Film Group: Mise-En-Femme? Don’t miss a general interest meeting on the 3rd @ 7 pm!
Keep an eye out for registration details!

Happy Friday! This week we are honoring film researcher Lillian Michelson!Many know the work of Lillian and Harold Miche...
04/18/2020

Happy Friday! This week we are honoring film researcher Lillian Michelson!

Many know the work of Lillian and Harold Michelson, even if they don’t recognize the names. Working largely uncredited in the Hollywood system, storyboard artist Harold and film researcher Lillian left an indelible mark on classics by Hitchcock, Spielberg, Brooks, Kubrick, Polanski and many more.
Growing up in an orphanage with little resources, Lilian found escape in reading fantasy, and later drew strength from stories to draw herself out of difficult circumstances and hardships.

As her husband began a career as a storyboard artist and they started a family, Lillian began volunteering at the library at the Columbia pictures studio. When Samuel Goldwyn decided that Colombia pictures would be moving, the librarian on the lot asked Lillian if she would buy the library and find a new home for it. Lillian bought the library and moved to Zoetrope studios, and then spent much of her career at Paramount Pictures, before moving to DreamWorks in 2008. Over the course of her career, she provided research to directors, production designers on costumes, architecture, cultural practices, historical events, and much more that significantly shaped the story, appearance, and direction of countless Hollywood classics. Much of her work is uncredited and includes Scarface, Full Metal Jacket, Rumble Fish, The Black Stallion Returns, Rosemary’s Baby, the Birds, and Fiddler on the Roof.

Lilian and Harold’s story is shown in “Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story” by Daniel Raim, which is being shown at the home edition of the TCM Film Festival this weekend.

In the documentary, Lillian says about her career: “I was giving them (directors, producers, designers) reality, that was transitioned into fantasy, that is then interpreted by audiences back into reality.” She also discusses how art was a great comfort, escape, and inspiration in her life, helping her through challenging times. Like Lillian, take comfort and find inspiration in stories. Share a book or a movie with a friend. Tell stories over the phone. Write your screenplay. You too can, will do, and are doing amazing things, even now.

Women's Fest starts now!WATCH FILMS: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6863758VOTE FOR AUDIENCE AWARD: https://forms.gle/7HdkBd...
03/18/2020

Women's Fest starts now!

WATCH FILMS: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6863758
VOTE FOR AUDIENCE AWARD: https://forms.gle/7HdkBdWDpNHApPdY7

Temple University's Diamond Screen Film Series in partnership with student organzation Mise-en-Femme Productions is proud to present this year's Women's Fest online.

Our line-up showcases the talented women and non-binary individuals of Temple Department of Film and Media Arts. The showcase also includes talkback interviews with filmmakers.

After watching, vote for you Audience Favorite
(Google sign-in is required. Voting will close after 24 hours.)
Awards will be announced online Thursday 5pm.
Congratulations to all our filmmakers in this year's program! Please enjoy the show.

Women's Fest starts now!WATCH FILMS: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6863758VOTE FOR AUDIENCE AWARD: https://forms.gle/7HdkBd...
03/18/2020

Women's Fest starts now!
WATCH FILMS: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6863758
VOTE FOR AUDIENCE AWARD: https://forms.gle/7HdkBdWDpNHApPdY7
Temple University's Diamond Screen Film Series in partnership with student organzation Mse En Femme is proud to present this year's Women's Fest online.
Our line-up showcases the talented women and non-binary individuals of Temple's Film & Media Arts Department. The showcase also includes talkback interviews with filmmakers.
After watching, vote for you Audience Favorite
(Google sign-in is required. Voting will close after 24 hours.)
Awards will be announced online Thursday 5pm.
Congratulations to all our filmmakers in this year's program! Please enjoy the show.

REPOST from Diamond ScreenATTENTION OWLS: Women’s Fest is still on 🎬More details to come on our move to online. Keep up ...
03/14/2020

REPOST from Diamond Screen

ATTENTION OWLS: Women’s Fest is still on 🎬

More details to come on our move to online. Keep up to date by following us here as well as our amazing co host Diamond Screen ❤️

Stay safe and treat others with kindness!

Temple Department of Film and Media Arts

We are so excited to share with you the selections for the 4th annual Women’s Film Festival! Make sure to come out to th...
03/06/2020

We are so excited to share with you the selections for the 4th annual Women’s Film Festival! Make sure to come out to the Performing Arts Center on March 18th to see these amazing films!
Presented by Diamond Screen Film Series and Mise En Femme
🎞🎥💖

Submissions for The Wandering Studios Film Festival are open until March 13th! Click the link or scan the QR code to sub...
02/26/2020

Submissions for The Wandering Studios Film Festival are open until March 13th! Click the link or scan the QR code to submit!

Form link: forms.gle/dtdWabxPfna48rNu9

The festival will be held in the TPAC on March 27th from 5-10 PM!

Submissions for the Women’s Film Fest are open!! In order to qualify projects must include 1 female and/or non-binary in...
02/14/2020

Submissions for the Women’s Film Fest are open!! In order to qualify projects must include 1 female and/or non-binary individual who wrote, directed, or produced the film and is a current Temple student or alumni who graduated in the past two years.

Click the link and fill out the info to submit!
https://linktr.ee/diamondscreenfilmseries
Submissions close Friday, February 21st at 5pm!

The screening will be Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 at the Temple Performing Arts Center.

Presented by Mise En Femme and the Diamond Screen Film Series

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday!!This week we are honoring director, writer, filmmaker and Temple University Alumna Chinon...
02/08/2020

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday!!

This week we are honoring director, writer, filmmaker and Temple University Alumna Chinonye Chukwu!

Chukwu is best known for her film, “Clemency,” which won the U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Chukwu is the first black woman to win this award.

Chukwu was born in Port Harcourt, Nigeria and moved with her family to Alaska when she was one. She received a bachelor’s degree in English from DePauw University and later attended film school at Temple University! Chukwu moved to Los Angeles in 2017 to film “Clemency.”

Written and directed by Chukwu, “Clemency” is about a prison warden named Bernadine Williams, played by Alfre Woodard, who has worked for years carrying out death row ex*****ons. The years of work have taken a toll on Williams, and as she prepares for another ex*****on, she must confront the emotional and psychological challenges her job creates, ultimately connecting her with the man she is sanctioned to kill.

According to Indiewire: “For Chukwu, the process of making “Clemency” started in 2011, when Troy Davis was executed by the state of Georgia. ‘Hundreds of thousands of people around the world were protesting against his ex*****on, including several retired wardens,” Chukwu remembered. “Leading up to his ex*****on, the organizing, the activism around it really sparked a kind of consciousness in me around mass incarceration and capital punishment in a way that I just didn’t have that consciousness before. The morning after he was executed, I was feeling all kinds of emotions. But I was like, if we’re all navigating frustration and anger and sadness, what must it be like for the people who had to physically kill him? What is it like for your livelihood to be tied to the taking of human life?”

Chinonye spent several years interviewing and involving wardens, directors of corrections, people who’ve been incarcerated, people who are incarcerated, lawyers, and chaplains, and activists, and organizers in the process of making her film. Chukwu had inmates and wardens read her script, “tear it apart,” and give her notes and revisions. A female warden helped her block crucial scenes in the film.

Chukwu created a film program in the women’s prison in Dayton where she taught incarcerated women how to make their own short films and produce script-to-screen and worked on more than a dozen other clemency cases for women who were serving life sentences after defending themselves against their abusers.

Chukwu is slated to direct, “A Taste of Power,” a film based on the memoir of Elaine Brown, is an American prison activist, writer, singer, and former Black Panther Party chairwoman who is based in Oakland, California. Brown briefly ran for the Green Party presidential nomination in 2008. Elaine Brown also was born and raised in North Philadelphia and briefly attended Temple University before moving to Los Angeles to become a professional songwriter and attend UCLA.

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday!This week we are honoring Syrian journalist, filmmaker, and activist Waad Al-Kateab. Her r...
02/01/2020

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday!

This week we are honoring Syrian journalist, filmmaker, and activist Waad Al-Kateab. Her recent film “Film Sama” made history when it was nominated for four BAFTAs at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards and the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 92nd Academy Awards, making it the most nominated documentary ever. “For Sama” also won the Prix L'Œil d'or for best documentary at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, receiving a six-minute standing ovation. Her coverage of the Battle for Aleppo won an International Emmy Award for Current Affairs & News| for Channel 4 News, making her the first Syrian to do so.

“For Sama” shows Waad Al-Kateab’s life through five years of the uprising in Aleppo, Syria. In 2009, Al-Kateab moved to Aleppo when she was 18 to study marketing at the University of Aleppo. When the Syrian Civil War began in 2011, she began reporting for channel 4 news for the United Kingdom. She soon decided to say and document her life for the next 5 years in Aleppo. Over the course of this time, she falls in love with her friend and now husband, Hamza, who is a doctor, and gives birth to their child, Sama. As Aleppo becomes engulfed in war around the time Sama is born, Waad and Hamza face the agonizing decision between whether they should flee to safety or stay behind to help the innocent victims of war.

Waad Al-Kateab produced, co-directed with Edward Watts, starred, and was the cinematographer on “For Sama.”
After fleeing Aleppo in December 2016, Al-Kateab, her husband, and their two daughters reside in the United Kingdom.

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday! This we are honoring producers Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Jane Rosenthal, who are current...
01/25/2020

Happy Female Filmmaker Friday!
This we are honoring producers Emma Tillinger Koskoff and Jane Rosenthal, who are currently nominated for Oscars for Best Picture for producing “The Irishman” with Martin Scorsese and Robert DeNiro. Emma Tillinger Koskoff is also nominated for Best Picture for producing “Joker” with Todd Phillips and Bradeley Cooper.

Emma Tillinger Koskoff started her career at Artist Management Group. She later worked as assistants for various actor’s and director’s, including actress Uma Thurman and director Phil Joanou, and actor and director Ted Demme, working on Demme's pictures Blow and A Decade Under the Influence.
In January 2003, she joined Martin Scorsese's production company Sikelia Productions as Scorsese's assistant, where she was quickly promoted to Production President in 2006.
Tillinger Koskoff’s previous work includes, “The Wolf of Wallstreet,” “Hugo,” among many others. In 2019 alone she has producer credits for “Port Authority,” “Joker,” “Vault,” “The Irishman,” and “Uncut Gems.”

Jane Rosenthal is co-founder, CEO, and executive chair of Tribeca Enterprises, a media company that encompasses Tribeca Productions, the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Studios, and non-profit offshoot the Tribeca Film Institute, of which she is a co-founder and co-chair of the board.
In 1989, Rosenthal co-founded the Tribeca Productions film studio in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of TriBeCa with actor Robert De Niro. Rosenthal and De Niro co-produced the dramatic television anthology series TriBeCa in 1993.
In 2002, Rosenthal and De Niro founded the first annual Tribeca Film Festival in the aftermath of the attacks of September 11 to help revitalize downtown Manhattan.
Rosenthal’s previous work includes Bohemian Rhapsody, When They See Us, Rent, A Bronx Tale, the comedy franchise: Meet the Parents (2000), Meet the Fockers (2004), and Little Fockers (2010), among many others.

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Looking for something to watch tonight?
Women's Fest starts now!

WATCH FILMS: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6863758

VOTE FOR AUDIENCE AWARD: https://forms.gle/7HdkBdWDpNHApPdY7

Temple FMA Diamond Screen Film Series in partnership with student organization Mise-en-Femme Productions is proud to present this year's Women's Fest online.

Our line-up showcases the talented women and non-binary individuals of Temple's Film & Media Arts Department. The showcase also includes talkback interviews with filmmakers.

After watching, vote for your Audience Favorite!

(Google sign-in is required. Voting will close after 24 hours.)

Awards will be announced online Thursday 5pm.

Congratulations to all our filmmakers in this year's program! Please enjoy the show! Thanks to everyone involved Temple University
Hey Philly female filmmakers 🎬❤️ Join PWIFT - Philadelphia Women in Film and Television *Tuesday, 10/22* for the Philly premiere of The Beyond Sixty Project produced and directed by local filmmaker Melissa Davey
Post screening Q&A with Melissa about the making of the film moderated by Media Maker and Cultural Literacy Advocate Tatiana Bacchus
Tix @ link!
This Friday Sept. 20th at 4:00 pm in Annenberg room 03 is Mis En Femme’s first meeting of the Semester!! Come and hang out with others who are passionate about women in film, enjoy some refreshments, and learn about networking!
Thank you so much Temple Department of Film and Media Arts, Temple Q***r Film Collective, and Mise-en-Femme Productions for hosting a wonderful panel of filmmakers and festival programmers! It was such a treat to be on a panel with so may incredible artists.
No Friday night plans? Same...but check this out!

Mise en Femme is having their first event of the semester and want you to join!

Enjoy a female inspired night in Hollywood. Hosted by Mise-en-Femme Productions and MCPB. There will be a film celebrity costume contest, film trivia, and a performance by the Philly Improv Theater’s group There will be everything from trivia to food to improv to fun prizes!
Hey guys! Will there be a meeting today?
Hey ladies! Im looking for grips and PA's on set for a film i'm shooting later this week! if anyone is interested shoot me a message
CASTING CALL for “Untitled” a short (5-6 minutes) student film to be shot in Philadelphia. SHOOTING THIS WEEKEND.
Non-Union
Director: Jenna Lam
Producer: Jenna Lam
Compensation: Reel material and food
Notes: Email [email protected] if interested, please attach headshot and resume/bio.
Synopsis: A want to protest against President Trump and to please her mom’s wishes, Ava is torn between her desire and family’s wishes.
KEY DATES
Shooting Dates:
Sunday, February 19th (8-11p) and Monday, February 20th (11-4p)
Character Bios:
AVA [Female, 15 years-old]: Ava is a timid girl who gets reprimanded by her mother. Stuck on whether to follow her mother’s wishes of staying quiet or to stand up for what she believes in, Ava must make a ultimate decision.
MOM [Female, 45 years-old]: A traditional woman who wants to guide Ava, but to the point where it feels like she’s shaming her.

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